Introduction to the General Discussion: Some aspects of protein metabolism in surgical trauma and injury

  • K. Schreier


Since I have had no experience with undernourished humans and understand little about muscle metabolism, I shall confine my remarks to the more general aspects of the influence of surgical trauma on protein metabolism in animals and humans, based on our own studies.


Protein Metabolism Surgical Trauma Nitrogen Balance Nitrogen Loss Amino Nitrogen 
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